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The Elvira 3-D Coffin Centerpiece is made of cardstock and printed on two sides. It measures 13 1/2 in by 5 in by 2 1/2 in. Its black with red interior and a red E and a skull with bat wings underneath. One per pack. Simple assembly required. Elvira 3-D Coffin Centerpiece

Elvira 3-D Coffin Centerpiece

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The Elvira Peel 'N Place contains three figures of Elvira- 2 of her standing and 1 of her lounging on the couch. She's dressed in her signature long black dress with a slit up her leg and black heels. Three (3) decals per sheet. One (1) sheet per package. Elvira Peel 'N Place

Elvira Peel 'N Place

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Dj-Party is proud to bring Halloween Royalty to your next celebration with our Elvira, Mistress of the Dark theme!


Our officially licensed Elvira line is sure to bring your Halloween or horror themed party to the next level. These vibrant, high quality decorations add fun, vintage touches that are guaranteed conversation starters!

We're adding new products all the time, be sure to check back often for the latest.

Did you know?

Elvira's real name is Cassandra Peterson. In the late spring of 1981 producers were looking to revive an weekend horror show which had ended six years earlier. They decided the host should be female (the original show's host was male). Peterson auditioned for the part during a casting call and won the roll. With help from best friend Robert Redding, Cassandra created the sexy punk/vampire look. Show producers rejected her 1st idea - looking like Sharon Tate's character in The Fearless Vampire Killers, Or--Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck.

Elvira rapidly became popular, due in part to her tight-fitting, low-cut, cleavage-displaying black gown. She also brought satire and sarcasm to her commentary, all in a "Valley Girl" accent, complete with ending each sentence like a question. Peterson enjoyed slipping in the risqué double entendres and was not afraid to joke about her cleavage. Sex appeal, humor, and good-natured self-depreciation helped her popularity to soar with late night movie audiences.

Elvira grew from a somewhat obscure cult figure into a lucrative brand. She was associated Halloween costumes, comic books,action figures, trading cards, pinball machines, Halloween decor, model kits, calendars, perfume and dolls. Her popularity reached its zenith with the release of the feature film Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, which was released in 1988.


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Did you know there's even a line of licensed Elvira jewelry?